5625.0  Private New Capital Expenditure and Expected Expenditure, Australia, Mar 2017 Quality Declaration
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 01/06/2017
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ACTUAL AND EXPECTED NEW CAPITAL EXPENDITURE TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE Estimate 6 for total capital expenditure in 201617 is $112,629m. This is 11.4% lower than Estimate 6 for 201516. The main contributor to this decrease is Mining (29.6%). Estimate 6 is 0.8% higher than Estimate 5 for 201617. The main contributor to this increase is Other Selected Industries (2.6%). Estimate 2 for total capital expenditure for 201718 is $85,436m. This is 6.4% lower than Estimate 2 for 201617. The main contributor to the decrease is Mining (21.7%). Estimate 2 is 5.2% higher than Estimate 1 for 201718. The main contributor to the increase was Other Selected Industries (6.5%). BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES Estimate 6 for buildings and structures in 201617 is $65,248m. This is 17.6% lower than Estimate 6 for 201516. The main contributor to this decrease is Mining (33.4%). Estimate 6 for buildings and structures is 1.7% lower than Estimate 5 for 201617. The main contributor to this decrease is Mining (2.7%). Estimate 2 for buildings and structures for 201718 is $50,087m. This is 11.4% lower than Estimate 2 for 201617. The main contributor to the decrease was Mining (28.1%). Estimate 2 is 4.8% higher than Estimate 1 for 201718. The main contributor to the increase was Other Selected Industries (5.4%). EQUIPMENT, PLANT AND MACHINERY Estimate 6 for equipment, plant and machinery for 201617 is $47,382m. This is 1.3% lower than Estimate 6 for 201516. The main contributor to this decrease is Other Selected Industries (1.8%). Estimate 6 is 4.4% higher than Estimate 5 for 201617. The main contributor to this increase is Other Selected Industries (6.2%). Estimate 2 for equipment, plant and machinery for 201718 is $35,349m. This is 1.7% higher than Estimate 2 for 201617. The main contributor to this increase is Other Selected Industries (3.7%). Estimate 2 is 5.8% higher than Estimate 1 for 201718. The main contributor to the increase is Other Selected Industries (7.6%). MINING Estimate 6 for Mining for 201617 is $39,220m. This is 29.6% lower than Estimate 6 for 201516. Estimate 6 is 3.1% lower than Estimate 5 for 201617. Buildings and structures is 2.7% lower and equipment, plant and machinery is 5.2% lower than the corresponding fifth estimates for 201617. Estimate 2 for Mining for 201718 is $28,527m. This is 21.7% lower than Estimate 2 for 201617. Estimate 2 is 4.7% higher than Estimate 1 for 201718. Buildings and structures is 3.8% higher and equipment, plant and machinery is 7.8% higher than the corresponding first estimates for 201718. MANUFACTURING Estimate 6 for Manufacturing for 201617 is $8,846m. This is 4.5% higher than Estimate 6 for 201516. Estimate 6 is 5.6% higher than Estimate 5 for 201617. Buildings and structures is 8.5% higher and equipment, plant and machinery is 4.5% higher than the corresponding fifth estimates for 201617. Estimate 2 for Manufacturing for 201718 is $6,368m. This is 12.4% lower than Estimate 2 for 201617. Estimate 2 is 1.6% lower than Estimate 1 for 201718. Buildings and structures is 8.7% higher and equipment, plant and machinery is 5.6% lower than the corresponding first estimates for 201718. OTHER SELECTED INDUSTRIES Estimate 6 for Other Selected Industries for 201617 is $65,564m. This is 2.5% higher than Estimate 6 for 201516. Estimate 6 is 2.6% higher than Estimate 5 for 201617. Buildings and structures is 1.3% lower and equipment, plant and machinery is 6.2% higher than the corresponding fifth estimates for 201617. Estimate 2 for Other Selected Industries for 201718 is $50,541m. This is 6.2% higher than Estimate 2 for 201617. Estimate 2 is 6.5% higher than Estimate 1 for 201718. Buildings and structures is 5.4% higher and equipment, plant and machinery is 7.6% higher than the corresponding first estimates for 201718. Document Selection These documents will be presented in a new window.

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